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a nightmare. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. >> mike: thank you, thank you very much. a great studio audience and thank you for joining us, welcome to huckabee, live from the fox news studios in new york city. although he was actually sworn in today in a private ceremony, tomorrow is the day for the public swearing in for president obama to begin his second term. now, if the walkup to the festivities are any indication i've got no reason to believe he's going to seek to build bridges, work for consensus or abandon the flaming rhetoric calling those who oppose him irresponsible and unpatriotic. after the horrific mass murder of children and faculty at sandy hook elementary in connecticut there were many pledges of thoughtful and thorough efforts to prevent such atrocities. supposedly, everything would be on the table, not just access to firearms by criminals or mentally deranged people, but the mental health care system shall the role of violence in hollywood television and video games. and it was also going to be an honest review of possible changes in the law that would be ba
america needs to wake up before a nightmare. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. >> mike: thank you, thank you very much. a great studio audience and thank you for joining us, welcome to huckabee, live from the fox news studios in new york city. although he was actually sworn in today in a private ceremony, tomorrow is the day for the public swearing in for president obama to begin his second term. now, if the walkup to the festivities are any indication i've got no reason to believe he's going to seek to build bridges, work for consensus or abandon the flaming rhetoric calling those who oppose him irresponsible and unpatriotic. after the horrific mass murder of children and faculty at sandy hook elementary in connecticut there were many pledges of thoughtful and thorough efforts to prevent such atrocities. supposedly, everything would be on the table, not just access to firearms by criminals or mentally deranged people, but the mental health care system shall the role of violence in hollywood television and video games. and it was also going to be an honest review of pos
't wall street on trial? mike papantonio, head of the national trial lawyers association is here to explain. good to have you with us folks, thanks for watching. the fight is on. the attempt to steal the next presidential election by stealing the electoral college are facing resistance, and the resistance is working. earlier today rnc chairman reince priebus was rewarded for his failures of the 2012 election by being reelected as head of the republican party. good news. priebus told republicans to start looking at a broader electoral map. >> it's time to stop looking at elections through the lenses of battleground states. we have four years until the next presidential election. and being a blue state is not a permanent diagnosis. >> reince priebus is on record saying the votes to favor republicans is something fully controlled red states ought to be looking at. he is talking about states president obama won, which are controlled by republican legislatures. former rnc chair haley barbour tried to downplay the scheme to rig the electoral college, but he admitted it could affect the
matthews, a cast of thousands. let's start with mike barnicle and john meachem. >> also, michael steele. good to have you here, michael. and nbc chief foreign affairs correspondent, andrea mitchell. >> look at those uggs. >> i got to be outside all day. this is my only warm moment. >> i'm impressed. they look great. >> hardly fashionable. >> mika, are you excited? compare today to how you felt four years ago. >> yeah, but i think it's measured. and i think that's actually probably the tone the white house is taking at this point. there's a lot to be done. and a lot of things that have happened that i think need to be grown on or corrected, given the first four years. but it's always an exciting day to be able to be a part of witnessing history as it happens here in washington. it's an amazing day. >> john, the second term, i don't care what the counterintuitive historians and essayists say, the second term is so much more difficult than the first term. you're racing to the midterms, where after that you know you're, in effect, a lame duck. >> starting at 12:01 or thereabouts, everyone i
. mike tobin is live. we understand te'o has spoken about this whole affair and will speak about it again sometime this week, right? >> reporter: nobody talks to plain old reporters anymore. katie couric managed to get on this one, right, with manti te'o and his parents scheduled to speak on her new talk show the parents say they want to talk because they feel like they were played during the course of this whole hoax as well. te'o already spoke in print off-camara, just in time for the information to slip into the weekend news cycle where it gets less attention. he said he was not in on it. clearly he inflated the story a few times but he said the entire hoax was executed by a man named rene yaw tuesday tuesday tuiasosopo. he was never really sure that the kakua was not real until tuiasosopo called him and apologized, martha. martha: wow, what a story this is. the pen believed behind this whole thing, tuiasosopo, you talked about, will we hear from him and his side of the story? >> reporter: it is interesting. his family is circled the wagons. they are lawyered up at a church operated by
, "the washington post's" eugene robinson and actor victor garber. up next, mike allen with the top stories in the "politico playbook." first here's bill karins with a check on the weekend forecast. bill, i hope the forecast is as sweet as this munchkin going down. >> need a little powdered sugar on top of that, too. >> sugar all the way through. >> nice. >> this one's for you, mika. >> good morning, everyone. snow is on the way. it's already snowing in chicago this morning. much of illinois and indiana breaking out in light snow and eventually working to the east coast. this is not a blockbuster storm. it's large in size but weak in intensity. many areas from the great lakes to the ohio valley, you'll get a fluffy dusting to two inches during the day today. the only area i'm a little concerned with is our friends down in the deep south. we have the potential for ice. freezing rain from areas just outside of memphis to the mountains of tennessee, the smokies, also north of atlanta, the mountains of georgia. be careful. we could have icy problems out there later today. again, not a l
general stanley mcchrystal here today. i am mike o'hanlon, one of the members of the 21st century defense initiative. we are hosting this event with bruce riddell, who runs the -- first readout -- bruce riddell -- bruce riedel. general mcchrystal build up an organization into what was the state-of-the-art capability that ultimately led not only to our topic of today, the tracking and ultimate killing of the al qaeda terrorist zarqawi, but also many of the procedures that led to the finding and killing of bin laden. the success of joint special operations command is one of the most important stories in the broader war on terror. we are honored that roos will be -- bruce riedel will be interviewing general mcchrystal this morning. this is based on the recent book, which i hope you a purchase, which we are proud to be discussing, my share of the task -- "my share of the task," its describes the role of not only command, but also other military personnel and international personnel that he worked with. just a couple more words about our panelists. bruce was a 30-year cia veteran before joinin
of credit. he did it rather quietly, but very competently. >> miking beschloss, nbc presidential historian, you have been deeply, deeply in demand today. and i know we had to fight for your time. thank you. >> my pleasure as always, thank you. >>> the day in fashion is coming up, yeah, because i'm your fashion correspondent with a lot of credibility. some of it worked out great. some of it -- well, i need to do an apology. please stay tuned. [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be cool if we took the already great sentra apart and completely reimagined it with best-in-class combined mpg and more interior room than corolla and civic and a technology suite with bluetooth, navigation, and other handy stuff? yeah, that would be cool. introducing the all-new nissan sentra. it's our most innovative sentra ever. nissan. innovation that excites. now get a $169 per month lease on a new nissan sentra, plus $500 holiday bonus cash. ♪ plus $500 holiday bonus cash. [ female announcer ] some people like to pretend a flood could never happen to them. and that their homeowners insurance protects them. [ thund
out back. mike tyson was beaten in the ring, beaten in life. what he stood for is anybody's guess. boxing expert teddy atlas told me about this and i hope i never forget it. he was giving me life advice. and i cannot thank him enough for everyone takes a beating now and then, and, often, because you didn't do something you should have or did something you shouldn't have or simply because you had a bad day, week or year. it's what you do then that sets people apart. >>> look at the magnificent job hillary clinton has done in the last four years. she lost presidency in 2008 and now looks better than she ever did. she's certainly looking like a winner before senators and congressman that included the serious, the comic and, of course, the absurd. as her legions of followers like to say go girl, go. . >>> if she performs in this campaign coming up four years from now, anything like she did today, she'll win and win big. if she performs as well as she did today, look out. and that's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. "politics nation" with al sharpton starts right now. >> th
, i need a mike? hello, hello. >> as they said in the 20 70 campaign, help is on the way. [laughter] so when the mike wasn't working i told all sorts of embarrassing secrets about jay nordlinger and i trust all of you got them in full lurid detail. this past week has been a momentous week. president obama was sworn in to a second term. i guess what made the news is beyonce apparently lip synced throughout the inaugural. not as widely reported was the fact that president obama did as well. who knew that his teleprompter could play music? we saw this week an ode to liberalism, unabashed, unapologetic, i have to say sitting there it occurred to me somewhere the sea must be rising now. and it is easy for us as conservatives to look at the november election and that exhult -- exultant, unabashed embrace of the left and to have a moment's despair. let me say this room is critical to preventing that to happen. "national review" has a lornings -- long, long history of standing athwart history and yelling "halt." we can stop this. we can turn it around and in fact i am right now incredibly,
shot. a ton of money and a huge celebration with a sports star. >> all right, mike, here we go. [drum roll] [cheers] [siren] >> wow! that is quite a response from lebron. amazing the fan sinks the hook shot from half court. winning himself a full 75,000 bucks. the icing on the cake he got tackled by nba super star lebron james. oh, man, might see him again sometime. >> he hopes he sees him again sometime. >> call him. at least you get dinner from w. that 7' $5,000 prize comes from the will lebron's foundati. he will use it to pay off bills. >> car max. carmex. >> car fax. he can get his car fax report. >> you can imagine getting tackled by lebron james. >> now he thinks they are friends and he can going to call him on a regular basis. >> that was an act of violence. >> this weekend will mark, i don't know, maybe the 400th sitdown interview on "60 minutes" for the president, president obama, it seems to be his go-to interview forum. "60 minutes" sitting down with steve kroft. president obama has preferred going and sitting down to steve kroft "60 minutes" more than any other television
over the mike or targeting, but in a close race, this is the future, and we got whipped. >> one quick question, and we are all going to give very quick replies. >> we have to talk about this in smaller terms. this is the land of liberty, but our own government is stifling it in every walk of life -- i am a physician. lyndon johnson has destroyed american healthcare, the health- care profession. i had a 450-pound man the other day telling me to f myself because i kept pressing him to become healthy. if he did, he would lose his social security disability income. the other day, mike i.t. employee, bright young kid, high-school graduate, just got himself $110,000 job -- my i.t. employee. got his home loan pulled because he had a squabble with a crooked builder. dropped the house, gave away his $1,000, but he built a house, and he cannot buy it because the bank tanked his loan. this guy is the most reliable thing you could ever imagine, and then we read that dodd- frank and obama would not allow it. do we have to find these stories where our own government is killing us every day? >> yes
such scurrilous attacks on any politician that i can remember. i would challenge mike pauma -- my former republican friends to be fair. i used to put republicans because i would trust them or on foreign policy. i think anybody who is fair and would look at the president's record -- he has done a wonderful job of advancing our interests as well as protecting us. once again, thank you 4 c- span.org so much. i am enjoying the coverage. host: naomi tweets in -- the metro stations here are very crowded. as we mentioned, metro is planning a rush hour schedule, which means a train every five- six minutes at every station throughout the day because of the large crowds. about 800,000 is the current estimate, to attend the inauguration wendy is on american calling in from sydney, australia. good afternoon, good evening, good morning to you. caller: it is good evening here. host: are you watching online? caller: i am watching on tv, on cable. i spent a good portion of my adult life here, but i am constantly reading -- reading the news about the state. i still consider myself a think sometimes my pe
difficult. in albuquerque, until, what do you say, mike? >> senator merkley himself, called them out. we know the names of at least three of them who sided with harry reid on this. barbara boxer and dianne feinstein from california are two of the main ones. >> bill: i don't understand. yes realize barbara boxer had too. they have been there a long time. you would think if they had been there a long time they would understand how broke it is. right? caller: that's what i am saying. i think we really need to shine the light on what senator merkley did because apparently he is taking a lot of heat from his fellow senators from blaking that blue wall of silence and naming people so that we can talk about them without it happening in secret, and i think that -- you know, i think he should be on some talk shows. he should be -- his name shall be called out as someone who might help the american people know more about what's going on and -- >> bill: yeah. >> get more involved. >> bill: yeah. i agree, mike. geoff americamerkley has emerged as a strong leader i
. weather channel meteorologist mike seidel has more from knoxville, tennessee. hey, mike. >> reporter: hey, t.j. here in knoxville the ice storm is now just a memory. we had nine hours of freezing rain. but as you can see here on the trees it's all gone. it all melted. in fact temperatures overnight rose into the mid 30s. but yesterday we had hundreds of accidents across kentucky here in tennessee, even north georgia and through the western carolinas. one fatality reported in upstate south carolina. but the north georgia mountains had ice and cars skidding off the roadways. the other angle with this storm is the fact that we had snow from the ohio valley all the way to the northeast. but the snowfall amounts were on the light side from columbus to pittsburgh, into washington. generally a 1 to 2 inch snowfall. philadelphia and new york central park had 1 1/2 inches of snow. for the first time in chicago in 335 days they had an inch of snow. so the record streak ends but they've only had now about three inches for the entire winter. it still stays very cold today across the midwest and north
to bring icy conditions. power outages and travel delays. weather channel meteorologist mike seidel is in iowa. how bad is this going to be? >> reporter: it's going to be problem on the highways mostly, t.j. speaking of the airports, a couple of airports impacted, at chicago o'hare they cancelled 175 smooil flights that's before the precip gets in to chicago. it will be rolling in the next few hours as freezing rain and sleet. we have warmer air coming in. in the quad cities, we expect the freezing rain we have right now to change to rain by mid to late afternoon and that's the case in chicago during the evening hours. tomorrow in the 40s. chicago will get up to near 60 by tuesday. look at the radar. there's the shield of green is rain and pink, the other color is either sleet or freezing rain. it's heading north and east. later tonight and tomorrow morning, we will have some ice in to harrisburg, maybe the suburbs of d.c. and in to the northeast. so t.j., more of a nuisance on the highways, some travel delays but not the kind of icing that will knock out power to thousands tonight,
good in college park. back to you, mike. >>> a beautiful vantage point. our coverage of the inauguration is not complete without you at home. log onto the facebook fan page and tell us your inauguration story. we're so glad to be covering it today. we'll see you back here in a half hour. >>> welcome back to "cbs this morning" from the national mall here in washington. it's the day every president hopes for, the chance to be sworn in for a second term. we'll look back at some of the most famous inaugural speeches. first it was the bangs. now michelle obama want to see the dress the first lady will wear tonight. but first here's a look at what we're covering this morning in our eye opener. >> and will to the best of my ability preserve protect, and defend the constitution of the united states. >> so help you god? >> so help me god. >> congratulations, mr. president. >> president obama begins a second term in the white house. >> president obama did not divulge much. >> the big speech characterizes it. >> it talks about the values and the v
to improve gun safety nationwide. brett mike thompson serves the gun violence task force and says he is looking for today's hearing about recommendations about keeping guns away from criminals while preserving second amendment rights. thompson's panel is hoping to accurately legislation that can with stand the republican held house. the group will hear from the atf as well as health and law enforcement representatives and the top lobbyists this week. the senate plans on holding an open amendment vote. this could increase its chances of passing letting both sides of the aisle tackle the specific andments. it could weaken the bill since republicans will be able to change the language and reduce the bill's broad reach. majority reader lead says he is hoping to get the bill through the judiciary committee but he has made it clear he does not support an all-out ban on assault weapons. >>> hillary clinton will face a tough grilling today from the house and senate foreign relations committees. she is set to testify on the september 11th attacks on benghazi.
a family we put together. >> yeah rocky mountain mike was there, a lot of the historic callers were there. >> stephanie: exactly. road flair mary absence was felt. >> a great name my the way. >> stephanie: yeah great night. >> is somebody stealing her money again? >> stephanie: presumably the blacks. >> the browns and the pours -- >> show me a rich jew and then a hindu. >> hindu? >> stephanie: oh lord anyway. that was a bit of a blur, but thank you everybody that came out. we had an amazing time. by the way we were talking about this earlier, that mitt romney was mia on inauguration day, which was one of any first times ever and he was asked if he was going to watch, and he said doubtful. which was a little sore losery. >> just lie and say yes. >> michael dukakis did not go to the swearing in of george h.w. bush, he watched on tv and ate a tuna sandwich. >> god love him. a lot of times the losing candidate is a senator or congressman any way and has to be there anyway. >> stephanie: right. but he was too busy pumping gas and looking like a smelly hobo. >> and trying to st
. sportscaster jim gray talked to him last night and we'll talk to gray in a moment. martha: how country mikes sensation taylor swift is coming through for one devoted fan in a big way. ♪ [singing] [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. your soups are so awesomely delicious my husband and i can't stop eating 'em! what's...that... on your head? can curlers! tomato basil, potato with bacon... we've got a lot of empty cans. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. . >> big star taylor swift making a dream come through for one of her biggest fans. the singer flying to michigan on start to have lunch with 17-year-old kayla. she is battling brain cancer and got to meet her idol after family and friends launched an online campaign to get swift's attention. she spent the afternoon with her and her family before presenting her with a gift basket and signed photos. bill: progolfer phil mickelson complains about his taxes saying he may move out of california because it's getting so expensive to live there. now he's apologizing, in mart for saying so. why would that be? jim gray, sportscaster,
what they allege to be a cover-up. attorney general mike dewine of ohio says he appreciates their concern. >> it is tough to be a victim and we have to give services to them. so i applaud their concern about that. we have the same interest that they do and that is, we seek justice. bill: well the decision there is now in, in that case rather is in the hands of the attorney general. a judge expected to decide whether or not that should be closed to the public. the ag and the girl as parents want the trial closed in steubenville. martha: tough story. after campaigning on promise of hope and change, there a new poll that came out this morning that people see president obama as one of the most pole a la rising presidents of history. we'll talk to chris wallace about that after the break. bill: cold outside. feels good in january. we needed it after all, right? it is january. there is new misery for some of the victims of up zoo are storm soon did i. they're -- superstorm sandy. live to staten island, new york. martha: tough time for them. a shocking new twist of the american pas
'o, has spoken out for the first time since the fake girlfriend hoek was exposed last week. mike taibbi has the story. >> good morning, natalie. the principles in this story are staying as far from the media as possible. te'o saying late friday had nothing to do with the hoax also concedes that his own words and actions didn't help his cause. heisman trophy runner-up remains in florida, preparing for the nfl draft. but manti te'o told espn he was never, ever part of the fake girlfriend hoax. the person te'o said admitted to him this week it was his doing was ronaiah tuiasosopo. t tayo told espn, he now knows that there was no girlfriend that died tragically, lennay kekua. days after he suspected he had been victimized by a prank still talked about his dead girlfriend at the heisman ceremony in new york. >> i'll never forget the time when i found out that my girlfriend passed away. >> in what he called his biggest regret, te'o told his father and several interviewers he had, in fact, met his girlfriend when he never had. nfl watchers say it may not hurt his status in the upcoming draft.
deal. he's a big deal. >> make sure the mike was off. >> he has been married to michelle obama 21 years. he is 51. she just turned 49 years old. i was at a ceremony yesterday when where they sang happy birthday to the first lady and he was reelected by a wide margin after a long and tough election. this is the tab low you look at every four years and just think to yourself, this is democracy changing hands. >> this is it, when you see that grand sweep of the people, and it closeness on the small group up there on the podium as well as the former president of the united states, george h. w. bush. >> and his brother is behind him. >> george h. w. bush is not present. justice sotomayor, scalia and roberts. and james taylor, and he will be performing later. >> we're waiting. chuck schumer will be here. >> just to complete that one story, jessie jackson was running against walter mondale. it was a mondale rally and it was a african-american letter carrier. i said who are you for? he said i support jessie jackson because my son instead of wanting to be magic johnson, he wants -- >> now the mo
asleep? we'll have great products to help you catch some z's. joining me is psychotherapist dr. mike dow. maybe you have to come to my house to help you out in the middle of the night. let's start with the tart cherry juice. why does that help people stay asleep? >> this might be a great product for you. so tart cherry juice has natural levels of melatonin. in one study, not only did it help people with insomnia, but for people like you, it also helped them to stay asleep longer. so you want to take this an hour before bedtime, 8 ounces of the juice, or if you get the concentrate, one ounce of that. one hour before bedtime. >> gretchen: if you don't have the juice, pop a pill. what is it? >> you know that great feeling you get when you drink green tea? that is because green tea has this. this promotes this restful, calm state in the brain. it promotes gabba. so. >> gretchen: gabba? >> this neuro transmitter that makes you feel nice and calm. so if you're drinking green tea, you're going to get caffeine. that's going to make you wired. so at night, if you're having trouble sleeping, you c
at the dublin. >> kids, don't try this at home. what have you learned, mike? >> i learned we did a tv show for the first time somebody was carded when doing the show. >> all right. nothing more exciting than teenager boys drinking and driving cars around washington, d.c. absolutely not. hey, if it is way too early, it is "morning joe." thank you so much for being with us. have a great inauguration day whether you are republican, democrat or independent. stick around, nbc's live coverage of inauguration 2013 starts right now. >>> to the victor goes the spoils. and in this case goes the inauguration. >> i return to the white house more determined and more inspired than ever about the work list to do and the future that lies ahead. >> today, for the first time since james monroe followed james madison and thomas jefferson, barack obama follows bill clinton and george w. bush as the third consecutive two-term president. when he takes the oath of office for the second time in the last 24 hours. >> i, barack hussein obama, do solemnly swear -- >> that i will faithfully execute. >> that i will fa
. and someone pointed out a few flurries in the air would make a beautiful television picture later today, mike i can't tellal beschloss. >> maybe we can arrange that. as long as we're talking about weather, ronald reagan had the distinction of the first inauguration at the time was considered to be the warmest ever. the second one, windchill factor 20 below zero. so much so they moved it indoors so make sure that the lips of the people playing trumpet would not be glued to the -- >> i remember that one. >> they put on the parade later on. >> and the supreme court head wear continues to be fascinating. if you were watching closely just then, you saw justice scalia wearing something akin to the hat you wear on graduation day. and he pulls it off. >> the honorable charles e. schumer. >> senator schumer from new york who gets to run this show. >> mr. president, mr. vice president, members of congress all who are present and to all who are watching, welcome to the capitol and to this celebration of our great democracy. this is the 57th inauguration of an american president. and no matter how many t
and optimism to get power? this is mike amateurish attempt to do that. i have a dream and i want a $40 trillion economy. i want 1% unemployment for white, black, latino, and women. we can have lots more things to do. we can abolish income taxes, we can go to private schools. we are rich enough to do it and we have to make up our minds. >> that speaks to the point of having an immense amount of capital in the united states. and whether it is seeing further growth. >> you have written a lot about populism. in the sense that you have a complicated relationship. i am curious how you think those things will be reconciled. >> and you have been around the block, you would be best as a grizzled veteran. give us some insight, old man. >> i have had so many different relationships over the years. it is a democratic country and successful conservatives will be populist conservatism. i think that bill buckley was right when he said would prefer to be governed by the first 200 people in the boston phone book than the harvard faculty. people on the whole are healthier than the elite and as a practical matter
is no mike, actually there are deep structural reforms that make this kind of comeback extreme a difficult. and so you've also been talking about what bobby jindal has been doing. we been talking sort of in general stat state of reforms bi did one of big problems the republican party face in 2012 was there was a confusion about how the battle the party have been fighting at the state level mask on national political debates. you have a lot of republicans look at what scott walker has been able to do, look at what chris christie has been able to do. we are picking his fights with big powerful liberal interest groups in purple or blue states, and where winning them. and, therefore, let's do the sinking of the national level. this is one reason that a lot of republicans before the election telling me we're going to win wisconsin because we never how we did in the recall. we're just going to do the same thing again. we will have the same kind of turnout. but the reality is that the problems that the federal government faces right now are very different from the problems state governments face.
in the senate and hoigs and, of course, the first lady. wish we would have had a mike on him right now. >> let's go to martha raddatz, who was there, bring us up to date. >> reporter: it was really a very solemn moment. it was completely quiet here in the rotunda as president obama stood in front of the bust of martin luther king. he really waited there for quite some time, several minutes. no one said a word here in the rotunda, and then he walked very quietly, very solemnly out the door where he is now headed for the parade. this is really his last moment. his last moments there. you saw that poignant moment before when he wanted to look out across the mall saying this is the last time i'll see this view. everything he does here today as president is one of those last moments, so he walked very slowly out of the rotunda, know they're looking forward to that parade, but clearly a poignant moment. >> certainly seemed like that and i guess it just makes me believe and want to go to donna brazile on this in just a second because i think we have to remind everyone ten years ago, barack obama was
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